Historic Site in Newcastle upon Tyne
Gibside is an estate in the Derwent Valley with a 18th-century designed landscapes located in North East England. Gibside was created by one of the richest men in Georgian England, George Bowes. It is now a National Trust property and this 243-hectare (600-acre) estate once a pleasure ground for the Georgian elite, can now be enjoyed by everyone. Gibside also offers miles of woodland and riverside walks with views across the Derwent Valley.
Gibside Hall, the main house on the estate, is now a shell, although the property is most famous for its chapel. The stables, walled garden, Column to Liberty and Banqueting House are also intact.
Adult £12.00, Child £6.00, Family £30.00